Hot Sale for Air Blow Gun—AG-06 Export to Mombasa
Hot Sale for Air Blow Gun—AG-06 Export to Mombasa Detail:
Air blow gun is widely used for clogged lines.
It can be used to blow out parts or waste, washing machinery, cleaning places where out of reach.
Different nozzle length are available.
0-1MPa | 0-150psi
3MPa | 435psi
-100KPa | -29.5 In Hg
0°C—60°C | 32°F—140°F
Body (specific product)
Technical Polymer / Zinc Alloy / Aluminum
Thread Connector (specific product)
Brass / Polymer / Zinc / Aluminum
Treated Steel or Treated Aluminium
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Strange Home Quirks – and How to (Finally!) Make Them Go Away
Your home may be trying to tell you that something’s wrong when it acts weird.
In most cases, no. But sometimes, your home really is trying to tell you something’s wrong. Here’s how to interpret your home’s strange quirks, and how to fix them for good:
Cure: Call in a licensed electrician. The $150 to $250 you’ll pay for a new circuit (or $500 to $700 for a new electrical panel) is way less than what you’d spend to recover from a fire.
Cause: Moisture is probably getting underneath the paint. Leaky gutters or a steamy bathroom on the other side of the affected area are often the culprit.
Cure: If it’s a brand-new problem (you know it wasn’t there a couple of weeks ago), you might be in time to save your siding — and a costly replacement bill. What to do:
Stop the moisture at the source so the problem doesn’t repeat.
Scrape off the loose paint, then prime and repaint.
Delay too long and the siding might rot.
If the root cause is a damp bathroom, a new ventilation fan with a humidity-sensing switch (about $250) should take care of it.
Related: They’ll Think You Hired a Pro If You Use These Painting Hacks
Rustling in a Wall
Cause: Typically, it’s termites and carpenter ants — tiny beasts that love to feast on your home’s bones.
Cure: Call a pest-control professional. Cost is $65 to $100 for an inspection.
Cause: If the knocking occurs when you turn off water, you have what’s known as “water hammer” — when fast-moving water comes to a sudden stop and there’s no air chamber (usually a short pipe) to cushion the shock wave.
Cure: If there’s an air chamber, it may be filled with water and only needs to be drained. If it’s missing one, it needs one installed.
A Toilet Tank That Refills All on Its Own
Cause: Worn interior parts may be causing water to trickle through the toilet constantly, causing the water level in the tank to lower and trigger the refill mechanism.
Cure: Untangle or loosen the chain — it may be too tight and preventing the flapper from seating fully, letting water leak out the flush valve. Or, try bending the tube connected to the float ball.
Related: How to Fix a Sweaty Toilet
Creaks and Growns
Cause: All houses creak and groan a little as parts expand and contract with temperature fluctuations. Changes in levels of humidity can be the cause, too.
Cure: You don’t really need to do anything — it’s normal for a house to make a few snaps, pops, and groans as it gets older (like all of us).
Cause: Mildew is the root of all that’s musty. It’s a yucky, not-good-for-you fungus. Basements are favorite haunts for this nasty life form.
Cure: Keep surfaces dry. A few ways include:
Running a $20 fan to keep air moving, which creates dryness.
Adding a dehumidifier (about $175 or so) to stubborn spaces that a fan can’t handle.
Rotten-Egg Smell When You Run Water
Cause: A type of bacteria that produces hydrogen sulfide gas (the scientific name for rotten-egg smell). It could be in your water heater or in your drain. To find out which:
Fill a glass with hot water.
Step away from the sink.
Take a whiff.
If you smell it, your water heater is the likely culprit. If not, the bacteria is in your drain.
Cure: Pouring a $1 bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide solution down the drain should kill the fungus. Follow that up about 20 minutes later with baking soda to curb the smell.
Your water heater is another issue: Call a plumber to disinfect the system. If hot and cold water both smell, call your water supplier (or health department if you have a well).
Related: 10 Clever Uses of Hydrogen Peroxide
Strange-Tasting Tap Water
Cause: If the water tastes metallic, iron, or copper may be leaching from pipes.
Cure: If chlorine seems high at all taps, or if you taste metals, call your water supplier or have your well water tested.
If it’s an ongoing problem, a permanent water purifier ($150 to $200) might be the cure you need. With a top-quality activated carbon filter, it can remove heavy metals, bacteria, and other contaminants. Sweet water at last!
Cause: If all the bottles on your newly set-up bar jiggle and shimmy each time you walk by, or if your floor feels like it gives under your weight, the floor joists might not be sturdy enough.
Cure: Have a structural engineer or experienced contractor see whether you can add more joists..
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